|Gold •14 mins||1,569.80||-7.60||-0.48%|
|Platinum •14 mins||995.00||+3.30||+0.33%|
|WTI Crude •1 hour||53.48||+0.34||+0.64%|
|Gasoline •1 hour||1.514||+0.021||+1.43%|
|Ethanol •2 hours||1.347||+0.026||+1.97%|
|Silver •14 mins||17.46||-0.60||-3.31%|
|Silver • 14 mins||17.46||-0.60||-3.31%|
|Copper • 14 mins||2.580||-0.017||-0.65%|
|Brent Crude • 10 mins||58.81||+0.23||+0.39%|
|Natural Gas • 1 hour||1.908||+0.030||+1.60%|
|Heating Oil • 1 hour||1.716||+0.033||+1.98%|
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